Harvey’s books

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Harvey Mackay has authored some of the best-selling business books in publishing history with more than 10 million copies sold worldwide. They have been translated into 37 languages and sold in 80 countries. All of Harvey’s books are available at bookstores everywhere.

Swim With the Sharks Without Being Eaten Alive was a groundbreaking New York Times #1 best seller for 54 weeks.

The worldwide rights to his follow-up, Beware the Naked Man Who Offers You His Shirt, sold for the biggest contract in the history of business book publishing. Within two weeks of publication, Naked Man became his second New York Times #1 best seller.

Harvey’s latest book on networking, Dig Your Well Before You’re Thirsty: The Only Networking Book You’ll Ever Need, made the New York Times best seller list twelve days after its release, and remained there for five months.

In Pushing the Envelope: All the Way to the Top, Harvey shares his wit and savvy, his common and not-so-common sense with everyone who wants to succeed…at anything.

Inside We Got Fired! …And It’s The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Us. Harvey interviewed a fascinating cross section of high profile figures including Robert Redford, Larry King, Michael Bloomberg, Joe Torre, Donald Trump, Billy Jean King, Muhammad Ali, Lesley Visser, Bill Belichick, Bernie Marcus, Pat Mitchell, Jesse Ventura, Lou Holtz and many more.

His newest book, Use Your Head To Get Your Foot In The Door, is destined to be a blockbuster bestseller. Harvey’s pragmatic, yet humorous style shows you that getting a job is a job. He has penned the definitive A-Z career resource with time-tested, easy-to-apply methods to use state-of-the-art researching skills and networking strategies; create a daily “recovery” program and job search plan; learn the best questions to ask in interviews and how to get the job.

“When I think of Harvey Mackay, words like determination, vision, compassion, toughness, fairness, and competitiveness come to my mind.”

- Jon Wefald, president of Kansa State University

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